I watched the Fox Bite programme - better than I thought it was going to be - there is clearly more to the situation than meets the eye. I am very pleased that the "feeding foxes" issue was raised as I have said for ages now that taming foxes and domesticating them via feeding on a daily basis is not right and not fair... on the foxes.
Local charity East Sussex Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service (WRAS) will be appearing on the new series of Animals 24:7 which starts Monday on BBC1. They will be featured in 5 episodes of the new series which should be broadcast on Wednesday 5th, Friday 7th November, Monday 10th November, Tuesday 11th November and Thursday 20th November.
The BBC1 television programme Animal 24:7 has been filming with WRAS and has been commissioned to film another series. WRAS are to feature in several of the programme which are due to be broadcast early in 2009.
WRAS’s main veterinary ambulance featured on the programme is available for sponsorship and costs £5,000 to run for a year. A second ambulance which is only featured in a more minor way on the programme is also available for sponsorship for £3,000 for a year.
A fox rescued from a garden in Eastbourne will be featured on BBC1’s Animals 24:7 Television Programme on Friday 12th October 2007.
Trevor Weeks founder of East Sussex Wildlife Rescue is featured being called out to rescue a cub which was caught in chain link fencing, seeking treatment for the cub and eventually releasing the fox cub back to where it came from.